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Old 08-29-2013, 05:51 PM   #1
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2010 Damon rear toilet question

We have a 2010 Damon Challenger 368 with 1 and half bathrooms with the full bathroom in the back of the coach. In the rear bathroom there is a porcelain toilet that does not flush properly. It takes literally 6-7 flushes to get the water completely changed. I did notice a connection behind the toilet that appears not plugged in to something. I checked thoroughly to see what it could possibly connect to but couldn't find a thing.
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I posted this in the Damon section a few days ago with ZERO responses. Any help or suggestions is greatly appreciated.

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Is this a problem that has recently happened, or has it been like this since you got the RV? Have you tried calling Thor/Damon to see if they have any ideas?
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Does the toilet have push buttons for flushing toilet or a foot lever for flushing?
If there push button would need 12v's to operate and loose wiring may nean they never wired it up.
Take a look under toilet in compartment and see if any loose wiring.
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Its been like this since I bought it in March and it has a foot lever.

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Old 08-31-2013, 11:22 AM   #5
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Bob, I'm not a plumber and as a matter of fact I hate plumbing but I have a suggestion... It sounds to me that your losing water pressure in the toilet water line before it reaches the toilet. If possible... trace the water line from the toilet to the water pressure source (possibly a manifold near the water pump). I think you may have "cracking" in the water line and as a result losing pressure at the toilet. BTW...
This is a 100% guess on my part, just trying to help. I had an 05 Dolphin 5342 and we really miss her. Good luck, I hope it's an easy fix!
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The extra connection could be for a spray hose option. Many RV toilets have a 3 or 4 foot spray hose attached.

Does the flush do the same thing on city water, and RV water pump?
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Yup. Same on both city and pump. It's still under the warranty so we're going to bring it back to CW on Friday. I just wanted to try to troubleshoot it and fix it myself. I have a feeling they're going to have it a bit.
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